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Tech News Galaxy Watch 5 LTE variants visit the FCC days after the Wi-Fi models

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The Galaxy Watch 5 series is once again visiting the FCC. As some of you might recall, the Wi-Fi-only Galaxy Watch 5 models passed through the regulatory agency a few days ago. Now it’s time for the Galaxy Watch 5 LTE variants to walk the same path.

Once again, three smartwatch models with LTE capabilities were spotted at the FCC. They carry model numbers SM-R905, SM-R915, and SM-R925.

The SM-R90G is the base model with a smaller footprint (40mm). The SM-R915 should essentially be the same smartwatch, only larger (44mm). And the SM-R925 might hit the market as a Galaxy Watch 5 Pro model (46mm), which implies that Samsung may have reserved some unique hardware upgrades for the top-of-the-line variant.

Samsung could unveil the Galaxy Watch 5 series on August 10, recent rumors suggest. The company could then release the wearables to the market a couple of weeks later.

The SM-R905 should hit the market in black, gold pink, and silver. The SM-R915 could be available in black, silver, and sapphire. Last but not least, the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro could be available in black and silver.

This year, the Classic variant appears to be going away. None of the three Galaxy Watch 5 models spotted at the FCC should have a rotating physical bezel, and the future of the Classic series remains in question. We should find out more in the coming weeks and months, so stay tuned.



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